Experts Unveil Rendering Plans For Memorial Park

At 1,500 acres, it is almost twice as large as Central Park in New York.

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Memorial Park

Make a Plan!

September is National Preparedness Month - a time to prepare yourself and those in your care for emergencies and natural disasters.

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BePrepared

Harris County Tejanos to Honor Ellen

Ellen will be the guest of honor at the Tejanos 18th Annual Roast & Toast on Friday, October 17 at the Sheraton Suites Galleria.

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Tejano Dems

Sunday Streets to return this fall

SundayStreetsHTX will take place October, November and December in The Heights, Third Ward/Museum Park and East End/Fifth Ward areas.

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Sep. 26, 2014Houston Chronicle

Lured back to forensic science, new lab director ready for challenge in Houston

Daniel Garner was ready to drift quietly into retirement after decades on the forefront in the field of forensic science.

The last part of his career had the 66-year-old on the go, traveling to foreign countries for the U.S. Department of Justice, helping to revamp struggling crime labs, sometimes in nations enduring political and economic hardships. Continue Reading »

Sep. 26, 2014Houston Chronicle

Beth Wolff Realtors celebrates Meyerland’s 60th anniversary

Meyerland, once 1,200 acres of rice fields, was developed by George Meyers in 1954 and became one of the first deed-restricted communities in the city of Houston.

Meyerland just celebrated its 60th anniversary at Lovett Elementary this past Sunday. Hundreds of Meyerland residents and former residents attended the commemoration. Continue Reading »

Sep. 26, 2014Houston Public Media

Rule Change Allows Food Trucks To Operate In Downtown Houston

A recently implemented rule change allows food trucks to use propane tanks downtown and in the Medical Center.

Houston Mayor Annise Parker said it may not be the most important issue the city needs to address. Continue Reading »

Sep. 25, 2014Houston Public Media

Houston City Council Delays Vote On Expanding Smoking Ban

There was plenty of discussion over the proposed amendment to the city’s smoking ban, but in the end, City Council didn’t vote on it.

Council member Larry Green “tagged” the item, which means it will come up in the following council meeting for a vote. That gives the council a chance to review some more information on the topic. Continue Reading »